#1
I've noticed that some Jackson Stars (from Japan) have Schaller Double Locking tremolos, and not OFR's. What's the difference, and which is better?
#3
Schaller is a German company which used to make the original Floyd Rose bridges. Now they make their own licensed version of the trem to, presumably, the same quality standards, but with a slightly different dimension set.
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#4
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Schaller is a German company which used to make the original Floyd Rose bridges. Now they make their own licensed version of the trem to, presumably, the same quality standards, but with a slightly different dimension set.


Schallers have slightly longer baseplates. Also, the baseplates themselves are not hardened steel, but the knife edges are hardened steel inserts. Thats the main difference. And Schaller uses shorter lock bolts. Personally, I can't tell a difference and it should hold up just as well as an OFR.
#5
i think people say they sound and feel slightly different? i haven't tried the two head to head, so can't personally say for sure. i'd say they're of similar quality, though.
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